FourFourtwo has launched its first feature documentary about funeral programming.
It’s called Funeral Program and it follows the journey of three men who have travelled the world to deliver the funeral service to a loved one.
The documentary’s creators, Tim and Tim Bremner, say they’re proud to be a part of this new documentary and have spent the past two years working to make it the best-looking documentary of its kind.
“There is nothing quite like the way that the cameras are focused on the person that’s being served and you see it from every angle, and the final product is something that is truly unique,” said Tim Bemner.
“It’s not the same thing that you’ve seen on TV or on film.”
Funeral Program follows the three men from the start.
It’s set in a country that has been ravaged by a plague that has left many dead.
The three men travel to the country to find the next victim, only to realise that there is a shortage of people to perform the service.
“We thought that this would be a fantastic opportunity to make something that’s going to help the people of New Zealand,” said Bremmer.
“And also the people in New Zealand to help us in the process.”
The documentary is a testament to the work that we’ve done over the last five years, and we’re really excited about the result.
“The men have travelled to Australia, South Africa, the United States and France.
They’re also living in a home and learning about funeral traditions in each country.
The men travelled from Brisbane, to Melbourne and from New York to Chicago to perform their service.
Tim Bemer has previously worked for Channel Nine, ABC and Channel 5.
Tim’s son is a journalist who covers funerals.”
So that’s a really interesting journey that we took together.
We’ve got a really diverse cast, from people who are completely different cultures to people who we’ve met in real life,” he said.”
And I think we’ve seen a lot of that in the documentary, and I think that’s very important to the way we think about the process.
“Funerals are an important part of Australian culture.
There are about 20 million Australians in the country, and many people go through a process of grieving before a funeral.
The country’s funeral system is often the most expensive in the world, with funeral directors spending millions of dollars to ensure that the services are as good as possible.
Funeral directors are also required to be registered with the Australian Tax Office, as are all funeral directors in Australia.
The two men travelled to a funeral home in Melbourne, where they met a woman, and it was there that the documentary began.”
The two filmmakers travelled to the home of a man who died aged 80 years.”
It was really a fantastic experience.”
The two filmmakers travelled to the home of a man who died aged 80 years.
The home had no plans for a funeral and it turned out that the woman had never seen a funeral in her life.
“She actually called us on the phone and said, ‘I just thought it would be great to get together with some friends and have a funeral for someone that I had just met and we’ll be seeing each other for a while, but I’m not sure when that is going to happen’,” said Tim.
The three men spent the next two weeks in the home, visiting the home’s staff and family, and learning as much as they could about funeral ceremonies and funeral arrangements.
They also went to the funeral home to find out more about funeral rites and the funeral director’s duties.
The funeral home was a great help, but the film was not the end.
The men travelled back to the family home to learn about funeral planning and planning a funeral on a large scale.
“You’ve got to have this whole team, and this is not just about me and my family,” said one of the men.
“When we went to that funeral, I don’t think anyone knew that we’d be doing this, and people were so supportive, and then we actually found out that this was a huge undertaking and they had an open house for people to come see the funeral and to be part of the process, and that really helped us.”
The film then made the trip to a cemetery, where it filmed the men and their families.
“Every single person who had ever been to the cemetery that we filmed was so nice, they really enjoyed the experience, and they were very gracious,” said Mr Brem.
The film also filmed the family of the man who lost his life.
The film also interviewed family members of people who have died in the past.
“These are people who may have been on the streets or in prison or the street, or